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Men and Mental Health
8 September 2021

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Let's talk about this because in 2019  a MIND recommissioned YOUGOV Survey and found as an example:

  1. Two in five men 43 % admit to regularly feeling worried or low. An increase of 37 % since 2009.

  2. Over a third of men thats 37% say social media has a negative impact on how they feel.

  3. Men are still more likely to drink alone, go to the pub with friends or take recreational drugs to relax when feeling worried.

  4. Men are now three times more likely to see a therapist when worried or low than in 2009.

  5. The number of men who are worried about their appearance has risen from 18% in 2009 to 23%.

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